Sunday, October 10

maybe someone will buy them?

I was asked recently if I would be interested in selling some of my notecards at a local gift shop that is opening soon. I thought they had confused me with Kacey and said "no that is my sister that makes the stationery". But, they had seen a set that I had given as a birthday gift several months ago and were interested in a few sets. There were all kinds of questions that I really wasn't sure about because I usually make these for my own use or to mail as little good mail happies. I have never tried to sell a set. So, we will see.

12 comments:

linda said...

Good luck with this business venture Kim Sue! Your photos are always so gorgeous I'm not surprised that they sought you out! They know a good thing when they see it!

Dawn said...

That is awesome Kim Sue. I am sure they will sell big time. I know Kenny is proud of you!

Anonymous said...

Way-to-Go girl...But,you didn't call in the work team to help..LU, Mama

Natasha said...

How exciting. I KNOW they will sell!

Natasha said...

How exciting. I KNOW they will sell!

Celeste said...

SO PROUD OF YOU, HONEY. YOU ARE SO TALENTED AND I WISH YOU THE BEST IN YOUR NEW VENTURE!!! WE CAN TAKE A TRIP BACK TO ITALIA FOR NEW MATERIAL!!! WHEN CAN YOU GO? ASK HER HOW SHE FEELS ABOUT EUROPEAN PHOTOS...

Doodle Bugs Paper said...

Of course they will sell!

I love that sparkly star one!

Jill said...

Awesome!!!! Your cards are beautiful and you have so many great shots to choose from. How exciting!

libba said...

they are beautiful, so they should definitely sell! i always love receiving one in the mail. :)

Melinda said...

That is so exciting! You are an amazing photographer so I am sure people will snatch them up!

Amy said...

What a compliment! Congratulations. Your cards are so gorgeous-how could anyone resist?

JD said...

I did not know you sold note cards! I bought a picture you took of the silver city road sign many moons ago. I gave it to my dad for his birthday (I think) Mama has it hanging in the hall with her pictures of local landmarks. Many of them are no longer in existence. I would love to purchase some of these. I haven't visited your blog in awhile. That's why my comment is so late! ha!